Understanding Gender and Organizations

Understanding Gender and Organizations


Mats Alvesson & Yvonne Due Billing


In the decade since the First Edition of this critical and provocative text, many aspects of gender have changed, and many have stayed the same. While the gendered study of organizations is a growing field in its own right, in many real-life organizations gaps in gendered job roles and pay are as entrenched as they were.

This new edition is a long-awaited update to an essential text in this dynamic and expanding field of inquiry, incorporating new, international perspectives that incorporate recent theory and debate, and a new chapter on gender and identity.

Understanding Gender and Organizations is essential reading for students and academics in management, organization studies, gender studies, social psychology and sociology of work.

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    Preface to the Second Edition

    Twelve years have passed since the first version of this book was completed. In the past decade there have been positive changes within the area of gender, work and organization in most societies. Academically, this research field has expanded and matured. We have seen a more complex understanding of matters in relation to gender.

    However, with regard to gender equality/equity a lot remains pretty much the same. Although there are possibilities for avoiding traditional gender traps and increased freedom to ‘do gender’ in unconventional ways, gendered divisions of labour still are pronounced and gender gaps in wages and promotion remain high. There have been drawbacks with regard to gender equity in some countries and there have been giant steps forward in others.

    There still seems to be a lot of good reasons for dealing with gender and we have found it worthwhile to revise the former edition. In this version an extra chapter has also been added (Chapter 5), which deals more explicitly with identity. All other chapters have been revised and up-dated. Some have been shortened while others have been expanded.

    This version has been commented by several people at different stages. We have greatly benefited from comments and suggestions from Yvonne Benschop, University of Nijmeegen, Jo Brewis, University of Leicester, Robyn Ely, Harvard University, Susanne Lundholm, University of Lund, Judy Marshall, University of Lancaster, Deborah Meyerson, Stanford University and Robyn Thomas, University of Cardiff.

    Thanks to all of you. We still hope to be able to provoke some of the patient readers of this second edition and maybe confuse others. Confusion is not necessarily bad in a contradictory, ambiguous and paradoxical world. Gender in contemporary (Western) society and organization seems to fit that description well. However, we also want to state again, that this is not a straightforward area and we hope that this book will inspire others to be persuaded by our case for a reflexive approach to the subject matter.

    Finally, Miha and Mathilda (our lovely daughters), sorry that this book took so much of our time. Some time in the future, perhaps you will think it was worth it and we will make up for whatever you suffered in the meantime.

    Lund, Sweden, July 2008
    Mats Alvesson and Yvonne Due Billing
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